|Petals in the Dust: The Endangered Indian Girls - Nyna Pais Caputi|
Petals in the Dust: The Endangered Indian Girls highlights how the preference for sons in India, as well as the Indian Diaspora in North America, leads to intolerance for girls, manifesting itself in discrimination, sex-selection, violence and "femicide." Nyna Pais Caputi's documentary is already stirring social impact, spreading awareness, and acquiring donations, all goals of Nyna's. www.petalsinthedust.com www.bavc.org/mediamaker
This episode focuses on car and McDonald's commercials.
Jerry Talks about Radical faeries and the issues affecting Gay men in modern society
|Case Study: Have You Heard From Johannesburg?|
A 2009 BAVC Producers Institute Project Project Director: Connie Field http://www.clarityfilms.org/joburg/story4.html Have You Heard From Johannesburg (HYHJ) is a new a six-part documentary series that tells the story of the global movement that took on South Africa's apartheid regime and reveals how everyday people helped bring one of the most brutally repressive political systems in the world to its knees...
|Eye, Camera - Jessica Jones & Brittney Shepherd|
Eye, Camera is a feature documentary that follows artist Tanya Vlach, who after losing her left eye in a car accident, sets out to build a camera inside her prosthetic eye. "Vision" will be a companion transmedia project, addressing trends in the enhancement of human vision with the use of biotechnology. Jessica Jones and Brittney Shepherd explore questions and ethics surrounding human body enhancement through these two projects...
|Lake Merritt Bonsai - Ray Archila|
A portrait of a bonsai sanctuary in the heart of downtown Oakland.
Keywords: Environmental; Gardening; BAVC; Factory; Youth Media
|Eckankar - Recognizing God's Help in Your Life|
|Case Study: No Dumb Questions|
Project from the 2008 BAVC Producers Institute Project Director: Melissa Regan "No Dumb Questions" is a short documentary about three sisters whose Uncle Bill becomes their Aunt Barbara. An HBO film, it won awards at the Sundance Film Festival in 2001 and currently has national educational distribution. For the Institute, director Melissa Regan proposes an interactive platform to create a new model for learning and storytelling online...
Lecture and Education, in Cantonese
|Amazing Show 1|
Show Number 1
|Sr. Jayanti - Art of Meditation Series|
|Happy & Larry Show 1|
|Martians for Christ|
|HAPPY & LARRY SHOW 4|
|Anti-Violence PSA - The Factory|
An anti-violence PSA from The Factory's 2004 youth filmmaking program.
Keywords: BAVC; The Factory; Anti-Violence PSA
|Psychic Frank Heals 1|
|Very Semi-Serious - Leah Wolchok|
Very Semi-Serious is an offbeat meditation on the transcendent power of humor, as seen through the iconic New Yorker cartoon. Leah Wolchok explores the modes of these mass-marketed funnies, as well as the hidden personalities behind it. www.verysemiserious.com www.bavc.org/mediamaker
Tarabiya is an invitation to experience a shared state of mystical ecstasy. A crew of talented Bay Area belly dancers and musicians take the stage for an evening inspired by joyful state of consciousness that is Tarab! Musicians: Jalal Takesh, Amina Goodyear, Sandy Hollister, Younes El Maqboul, Husain Dixon Resan, Faisal Zedan. Dancers: Ahava, Dannhae, Hana Ali, Nicole, Zahara.
|Case Study: The Waiting Room|
A 2009 BAVC Producers Institute Project Project Director: Peter Nicks http://www.documentfilms.net/Hope_and_High_Water.html More than one third of all Americans have no health insurance. And as more Americans lose their jobs, public hospitals are experiencing an increase in people seeking care. The Waiting Room is a documentary about a young band of public health executives at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California, persevering despite daunting systemic and financial obstacles...
|VideoHIVE Special HS1121|
JANET JACKSON GOT 'TIL IT'S GONE VIRGIN JANET JACKSON TOGETHER AGAIN (DEEPER REMIX) VIRGIN JANET JACKSON TOGETHER AGAIN VIRGIN JANET JACKSON f/BLACKSTREET I GET LONELY VIRGIN JANET JACKSON GO DEEP VIRGIN JANET JACKSON EVERY TIME VIRGIN BUSTA RHYMES f/ JANET WHAT'S IT GONNA BE FLIPMODE / ELEKTRA / EEG BLACKSTREET w/ JANET f/ JA & EVE GIRLFRIEND / BOYFRIEND LIL MAN / INTERSCOPE JANET JACKSON ALL FOR YOU VIRGIN BEENIE MAN F/ JANET JACKSON FEEL IT BOY VIRGIN RECORDS JANET JACKSON I WANT YOU VIRGIN J...
|Case Study: Deep Down|
A 2009 BAVC Producers Institute Project Project Director: Jennifer Gilomen & Sally Rubin http://deepdownfilm.org To keep up with our increasing demand for energy, humankind is mining the earth for natural resources and putting communities worldwide at risk. Through an intimate, human story, the documentary Deep Down tells the story of a town deep in the Appalachian mountains of eastern Kentucky, where coal is king...
GROWN OCEAN SUB POP RECORDS SEAN PECKNOLD COLD CAVE VILLAINS OF THE MOON MATADOR BEDOUIN SOUNDCLASH ELONGO NAT GEO MUSIC ONLY SON STAMP YOUR NAME ON IT INDEPENDENT J RAWLS F/ SADAT X & WISE INTELLIGENT FACE IT GREENSTREETS BIG SIDE F/ BRIAN ANGEL (OF DAY 26) FELT RIGHT WRI MUSIC GROUP KIDD KIDD BIG BANKROLL DREAM BIG VENTURES TUMCHEE FLY ONES 5TH CITY ENTERTAINMENT BOY ILLINOIS _THE CARDIGAN SWEATER (CLEAN) AFTER DREAMS DEVE...
|Perfect Strangers - Jan Krawitz|
Perfect Strangers is Jan Krawitz's 72-minute documentary exploring the continuum of altruism through organ donation. It follows the 4-year journey undertaken by Ellie, a spirited and guileless woman who, at the age of 48, decides to donate her kidney to a perfect stranger. Jan captures the thoughts and motivations behind Ellie, and others unlike Ellie, to find out what drives this character and theme...
|Case Study: Not In Our Town|
Producer/Director: Patrice O’Neal Team: Kate McLean, Ann Bennett http://theworkinggroup.org/index.html "Not in Our Town" (NIOT) is a national PBS series about American communities fighting hate crime. It is a documentary series as well as a campaign that combines public television broadcasts with grassroots events, educational outreach and online activities to help communities battling hate to talk to — and learn from — each other...
|Video Hive 1127|
|Case Study: Calavera Highway|
Video from BAVC's 2007 Producers Institute for New Media Technologies. (http://www.bavc.org/producersinstitute) Producer/Directors: Renee Tajima Pena, Evangeline Griego "Calavera Highway" is a film slated for POV in 2008. The documentary traces the odyssey of brothers Armando and Carlos Pena as they carry their mother's ashes back home to South Texas. It is a story of immigrants, identity, and family...
|National Public Lightpath: Fiber Optics & American Communities|
In 2008-2010, BAVC and its partner, the Institute for Next Generation Internet (INGI) at San Francisco State University, met with the nation’s leaders in public media, education, advanced networks, municipal governments and philanthropy to assess the potential of creating a new Internet in the public interest. BAVC believes that establishing a next generation Internet in the public interest - something we dubbed the National Public Lightpath (NPL) - will enable significant advancements for Ame...
|Machinima Episode #2: Chelo Alvarez-Stehle|
Every year, SF based Bay Area Video Coalition brings filmmakers together with technologists to develop new media strategies for their projects at the annual Producer's Institute. Draxtor Despres had the chance to talk to Spanish-American documentarian Chelo Alvarez-Stehle about her project on sex-trafficking, called "Sands Of Silence", which will be accompanied by a flash-based game.
very dramatic presentation.
|BAVC walkthrough test show 01|
Conveniently whiteboard exceptional results without leveraged sources. Objectively mesh 24/365 services for frictionless initiatives. Interactively exploit business outsourcing vis-a-vis backward-compatible meta-services. Appropriately parallel task low-risk high-yield solutions without leading-edge total linkage. Compellingly coordinate next-generation sources without client-based alignments. Phosfluorescently conceptualize emerging information vis-a-vis e-business total linkage...
Cantonese lecture, Arts and movies
|Case Study: Promise Tracker|
An American Promise PROMISE TRACKER By Michele Stephenson and Joe Brewster with Ivory Toldson and Takaaki Okada NGO Partner: Congressional Black Caucus Foundation In 1999, filmmakers and parents Joe Brewster and Michele Stephenson decided to turn the camera on themselves and their family to document the twelve year journey they take as their effort to provide the best education possible for their African American son, Idris...
|MediaMaker 2012: Charlotte Buchen|
MediaMaker fellow Charlotte Buchen discusses her project "Mix Tape Pakistan," a multi-platform project that aspires to engage Americans in another side of Pakistan with music, stories and song. For more information about the 2012 BAVC MediaMaker Fellowship visit www.bavc.org/mediamaker
even more dramatic than part 1
|Andy test show for scheduling|
Compellingly maximize high-quality networks rather than timely strategic theme areas. Dramatically cultivate intuitive technologies via timely technologies. Holisticly underwhelm cross-unit paradigms before customer directed services. Assertively visualize exceptional catalysts for change without seamless architectures. Appropriately redefine principle-centered methods of empowerment and team driven mindshare...
|Access to Fair Housing|
|Machinima Episode #3: Lynette Wallworth|
Austrialian artist Lynette Wallworth was a mentor at the Producer Institute this year at BAVC in San Francisco. Her installations utilize technology to amplify and celebrate the human spirit. During the course of these intense 10 days, she engaged with filmmakers and technologists in fruitful collaboration and also entered Second Life for the first time. Certainly Draxtor Despres had to sit down with Lynette's avatar alter-ego Rasaa Mistwalker and chat a little about physical versus simulated re...
Lecture series on movies, film making
|Case Study: Granito|
Can a film tip the scales of justice in Guatemala? Pamela Yate's documentary Granito is a sequel to When the Mountains Tremble. The generals of the brutal military dictatorship in Guatemala that appear in When the Mountains Tremble are now being charged with genocide for their role in the deaths of 200,000 mostly Mayan peasants. Yates was asked to go back into all her outtakes from the previous film to be used as forensic evidence in the criminal case against the generals...
|Case Study: Power Poetry|
What if kids used cell phones to write poetry? Roland Leguirdi-Laura's film To Be Heard is the story of a group of high school students from the South Bronx who use poetry to transform their lives and the world around them. The core assumption of the documentary is that mastery of language - reading, writing and public speaking - is essential to living an empowered and engaged life. Listen to Power Poetry on PRX.
|Benjamin Creme on the State of the World - part 1|
Benjamin Creme's talk covers these topics : Competition and Individuality, Cause and Effect, Harmlessness, Social Justice, Group Consciousness
|Martians for Christ|
|the prophetic word program|
|Dale Jensen & Judi Wells read on the San Francisco Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show|
Hi. This is John Rhodes' and Clara Hsu's Open Mic Poetry Podcast TV Show. Dale Jensen and Judi Wells are two poets from the San Francisco East Bay. Both poets are well published. Dale runs an open mic in Berkeley at the Nefeli Cafe'.